The ‘future of work’ and the ‘future of the workplace’ topics have been dominated by talk of automation and AI, however, the future workplace isn’t defined by tech. It’s created for people.
Extraordinary advances in technology have completely deconstructed the modern workplace to put human potential first. This paves the way for a more nuanced working landscape that is founded on deep data and cutting edge technology but designed for optimal feel and function.
This February The Office Space re-commences its popular Insight program by exploring The Future Workplace, and how it will be crafted with people, not technology, at the fore.
Naomi Tosic, Co-founder of The Office Space, will host an expert panel of workplace innovators:
When: Tuesday 26th February, from 5:30pm for drinks, ahead of the 6-7pm panel interview
Where: Golden Age Bar and Cinema, 78 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills
About Insight by The Office Space.
Now in its fifth year of production, Insight by The Office Space is a business talk series that brings together innovative entrepreneurs and business leaders to explore burgeoning topics and reveal the secrets of their success under a monthly theme.
Insight continues to push the boundaries by asking the pertinent questions that impact all business decision-makers, be they from small, medium or even the larger organisations, as we face continuous change and new challenges.
Each month a new Insight theme is explored, delivered and debated. Our 2019 program is as follows:
All sessions start with drinks and light canapes in the Golden Age Bar from 5:30pm with the panel interview 6-7pm with the exception of March which runs 11:30am-1pm)
Traversing all aspects of business across the fields of design, film, innovation, technology, finance and marketing, the program has featured speakers such as Susie Porter, Del Kathryn Barton, Vince Frost, Jan Chapman and Counsellor Jess Scully.
Insight proudly supports the Sydney Community Foundation with full proceeds from ticket sales going directly to the SCF Business Incubator for disadvantaged women.